The computing demands expected this decade puts HEP in a similar position to 1995 when the field moved to PCs, argues Sverre Jarp.
CERN’s new quantum technology initiative has the potential to enrich and expand its challenging research programme, says Alberto Di Meglio.
The SPIRAL2 facility at GANIL will probe short-lived heavy nuclei and address applications in fission and materials science.
Brookhaven National Laboratory has successfully tested a second Nb3Sn quadrupole, marking the end of the prototyping phase for the HL-LHC quadrupoles.
Leybold’s Tom Kammermeier on the German manufacturer’s long-range bet on hyperloop vacuum-based transportation systems.
Join the audience for a live webinar at 4 p.m. GMT on 27 January 2021 to gain a better understanding of the HL–LHC project.
The Institute for Nuclear Research in Moscow celebrates its 50th anniversary.
After two years of intense work, accelerator physicists are cooling the LHC to operational temperatures and eyeing the final stretch of the road to Run 3.
The VHEE 2020 International Workshop saw more than 400 scientists gather virtually to evaluate the production of very high-energy electrons for radiotherapy.
The Next Ion Medical Machine Study ("NIMMS") aims to design a new generation of light-ion accelerators for medicine.
A collaboration between CERN and Lausanne University Hospital will see technology developed for the proposed Compact Linear Collider drive a novel cancer radiotherapy facility.
A new collaboration between CERN and CHUV plans to use ultrafast bursts of electrons to destroy tumours.